There's more to Grind than the smell of fresh coffee or the sound of fingers hitting keyboards! We have a diverse staff from different backgrounds across New York and Chicago.
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It goes without saying that a strong social media presence is a major boon to the success of the typical businessperson. While researching my latest book, Getting to Like, managing your digital persona is both an art and a skill, and while some people have a knack for it, most go through a trial and error period to learn what works and what doesn't. There are many different components involved in successfully managing your personal brand's digital presence.
Grind is excited to announce our June Featured Grindist Jeremy Goldman, Founder and CEO of Firebrand Group. Jeremy is a Global member based out of Grind Broadway/39th Street! Read his blog about effective ways to use Google Analytics and catch his next blog coming this week!
2016 is set to be a big year for Grind. We've opened two new spaces in New York City, one at 140 West St and the second at 1219 Broadway on 30th St, and we are looking to open more very soon. To help with our expansion, we've brought on two fantastic marketing interns.
Community Manager: Grind LaSalle
If I can’t be a Superhero with flying powers then being the founder of me&EVE and meeting the women I meet everyday is the next greatest thing.
Grind Broadway/39th member Jeremy Goldman recently wrote a guest blog about how brands can use Google's free service to build a strong digital presence. Read his blog here.
Community Manager: Grind Broadway/30th
I'm often asked by entrepreneurs and executives alike what's the best way for them to better understand their digital following. Google Analytics, Google's freemium tool, is a pretty strong option. Here are some of the best ways to use it to better understand your audience:
Peter Ruchti, founder and president of Adept Plus, is Grind's May Featured Grindist. In his blog, Peter gives three easy tips for you and your brand to establish a strong online presence. Check it out! If you have any questions about your online presence, please do not hesitate to reach out to Peter on Twitter and Linkedin!
Let’s face it: we live in a world that is rapidly changing to online sales. Every day we see online sales increase. The old ways of marketing yourself and your business parallels with this change. Your customers/clients search for your product/service online every day. Do you show up at the top of the list, or do your competitors?
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Operations Manager: Grind West/Vesey
Favorite Grind memory?
The insanely amazing smell of the first cup of coffee we learned to grind & brew with the Irving Farm team.
What’s your favorite restaurant in NYC:
Marietta in Clinton Hill for amazing fried chicken or The Dutch in Soho when I'm feeling spendy.
Song that makes you want to get sh*t done:
Sister Golden Hair by America... it makes no sense because it's a pretty boring song, but I've weirdly worked in more than one 60's/70's themed environments where it was played.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
A zebra... or a career coach.
How would your friends or colleagues describe you?
A loud, sassy party-starter with the added bonus of tremendous empathy when called for.
It’s Saturday at 9am, you’re awake and have nothing planned for the day. What do you do?
Is it warm out? I'm at the beach. Having a Korean taco.
How do you take your coffee?
A teeny, tiny splash of skim and more Sugar in the Raw than anyone around me is comfortable with.
Favorite spot in Grind:
Scooting up a chair to the window in the back left corner of the cafe in West/Vesey (ideally early in the morning for optimal sunlight) with a fresh cup of coffee.
It was another successful Female Founders breakfast on Wednesday, April 27 at Grind West/Vesey! Female Grindists from all different industries came together to discuss their experiences with entreprenurship. Stay tuned for information regarding the next breakfast in May.
There's more behind Grind than the smell of fresh coffee or the sound of fingers hitting keyboards! We have a diverse staff from different backgrounds across New York and Chicago.